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Scenery Collection: Set B (DOS)

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Beginning in 1986, SubLOGIC, developers of the original Flight Simulator Series, released "Scenery Disks" which added airports, buildings, and landscape to regions outside the basic ones. In 1990, they re-released the disks in sets.

"Set B" includes: Scenery Disk #9 (expanded Chicago area, St. Louis, Cincinnati), Scenery Disk #12 (expanded New York area, Montreal, Halifax), and Hawaiian Odyssey (which included a treasure hunt across the islands, as well as "Experimental Scenery") (see Trivia for more).

This set works with all the original SubLOGIC-developed flight simulations, including Microsoft Flight Simulator versions 1-4, Sublogic Jet, and Flight Assignment: ATP.

The box cover was identical for all Scenery Collection sets, except for the gold sticker on the upper left.


Scenery Collection: Set B DOS (Hawaii, FS2) Portals to a strange world (CGA)
Scenery Collection: Set B DOS (Hawaii, FS2) Old ship flyby (CGA)
Scenery Collection: Set B DOS (Hawaii, FS4) Honey, I shrunk the pilot! (EGA)
Scenery Collection: Set B DOS (Hawaii, FS4) Honolulu dusk (EGA)

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Amiga Joker Sep, 1992 3 out of 5 60


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The "Experimental Scenery" included with the Hawaii scenery disk was a chance for the developers to have fun. It really departs from the typical aircraft scenery, and includes (but is not limited to):

  • A tunnel entrance with portals to the other areas, reached by flying into the Mauna Loa volcano.
  • Egyptian pyramids
  • A gargantuan piano. You can land on the keys.
  • A gargantuan kitchen. You can land on the counters, and there is even a giant fly on the table.
  • The regular Chicago scenery, with one small difference: the sky and ground are flipped 90 degrees _sideways_. There is a landing strip on the side of the Sears tower.
  • Runways in the sky.
  • Trees (which otherwise didn't show up in the early Flight Simulators, probably because of CPU/memory usage).

    Everything supposedly works back to the first version of Flight Simulator, except the trees. It was all developed on an 8MHz 286 with EGA - how's THAT for a 3D virtual reality studio?
    Andy Voss (1876) added Scenery Collection: Set B (DOS) on Jul 15, 2000